Tag: coronavirus

Opposing lockdown is NOT “profits before people”

Ever since the UK entered “lockdown”, those pushing for it to end have been labelled “callous” or “selfish” or accused of putting profits before people. Meanwhile millions are unemployed and a global famine is on the horizon. The lockdown will kill more people than the virus, and needs to be ended. The lockdown has been “eased”. Apparently. Some people should […]

I Wanna Break Lockdown With You

I wanna break the lockdown with you Look what it’s turning me into… Fuck the Thursday clapping! I told them I was napping But really I was sex-calling you I wanna break the lockdown with you I’m cooking for one, not two I’ve got no other half And no domestic staff So tell me, what’s a girl to do? I […]

Virus of Mass Destruction

Note: BSNews is co-edited by myself, Alison Banville, and Mike Raddie. Any posts on Covid-19 represent our individual views. A further note on this particular post – a friend of ours being treated for Covid-19 has reported he suffered blood-clots as a complication. There comes a point in the introduction of every new official narrative when people no longer remember […]

Corona: Vaccines and Vivisection Are Now A Civil Liberties Issue

Vaccines and vivisection are now civil liberties issues. For the lowdown on the nexus of nefarious interests relying on your ignorance when they present their ‘miracle’ vaccine as the only way out of lockdown see this video. Today on UK morning news a new corona vaccine was hailed By Piers Morgan as ‘very encouraging’ after it was tested on six […]

Coronavirus Lockdown and What You Are Not Being Told

In Part 1 we looked at the reasons why questioning the coronavirus lockdown, despite the ever present allegation, does not demonstrate a callous disregard for human life. We are going to expand on why it doesn’t in this article. I am based in the UK so much of this discussion relates to the decisions of the British State, but this is a […]

The Truth About Captain Tom Moore

A 99 yr old bloke staggering around his garden to save the NHS from the wrecking done to it by the very people now fawning all over him. Sickening. Maybe this war hero can buy a fucking badge from Matt Hancock? To sit next to the medals he accrued defending the country our spineless electorate consistently votes to sell off […]

Boris, Covid and The NHS: The Unvarnished Truth

Boris Johnson. A man who has lived his entire life recklessly, selfishly, irresponsibly; without any regard for the consequences. Because he’s never needed to. His enormous privilege has protected him from any repercussions. He is a proven pathological liar, swaggering through the years with no empathy or concern for anyone but himself. Indeed, recently bragging about shaking hands with Corona […]

Corona: It’s Love the Elites Are Really Afraid Of

‘The world stands at a parting of the ways’ begins one of my favourite quotes. And we are at such a crossroads now. In the coming weeks and months of this corona crisis the world will be divided into those who are not prepared to discard the community spirit we have (re)discovered and will use it to build a society […]

Craig Murray: How It Starts

The brevity of this post is out of proportion to the enormous importance of the subject. But I want to let you know I am thinking and working on it. It is a recognised pattern for dictatorship to commence with emergency measures designed to combat a threat. Those emergency measures then become normalised and people exercising arbitrary power find it […]

Bastard Pandemic v. Bastards

When you want to know how things really work, study them when they’re coming apart.’― William Gibson, Zero History A crisis has its own way of focusing our minds on what matters and what doesn’t. It still feels like such early days and who knows what’s over the edge of this thing, really, but our relationships, our politics, our infrastructure—everything—is facing […]

Italy Calls General Strike: “Our Lives Are Worth More Than Your Profits”

It’s the workers’ revolt. From the metalurgic factories of Lombardy to those of Piedmont, from the steelworks of Piombino to the blast furnaces of Taranto, from the chemical and textile companies to the aerospace companies and the shipyards. Even the builders of the new bridge in Genoa are demanding time off. Strikes and spontaneous protests by those who feel held […]